New Delhi: Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, has alleged that he is being used by "government" for political gains.
In a Facebook post, Vadra dismissed all the allegations against him as baseless.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had on Tuesday issued a notice to Skylight Hospitality, a firm linked to Robert Vadra, to seek some financial statements and other documents under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
"Almost a decade of government`s false and baseless accusations on me! They cannot prove anything without proof n there is nothing there to prove," said Vadra.
"I will always be used for political gains, I know ... But I will walk with my head held high as in time and with the truth, which will conquer incorrect perceptions, created! about me," he added.
Read his full post here:
The ED notice came after the central probe agency on May 5 carried out raids at eight locations in Bikaner and its nearby areas in Kolayat region.
The probe is related to the purchase of 275 bigha land allegedly by the company in the Kolayat area of the border town of Bikaner.
Vadra has denied any wrongdoing even as Congress had called the ED action "sheer political vendetta".
The one-man Justice SN Dhingra Commission, set up by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Haryana in May last year, has concluded its probe into controversial land deals in Haryana and will submit its report soon.